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AWS Fargate security

Securing AWS Fargate with Sidecars

A few months ago we launched the Aqua MicroEnforcer, the first solution for providing runtime protection to a container running in Containers-as-a-Service platforms like AWS Fargate or Azure Container Instances. The mechanism I wrote about at the time involved building a protected version of a container image being …

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Aqua Integrates with Google’s Cloud Security Command Center

Good news for those of you running container workloads on GCP - we now provide a nice integration with Google's Cloud Security Command Center. The Cloud SCC provides a centralized, single-pane-of-glass view of all security data for GCP applications, and providing actionable insights. It includes things like access …

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Image Scanning in VPCs with Aqua and AWS PrivateLink

Amazon Web Services announced today at re:Invent an to a recent feature PrivateLink, that enables AWS Virtual Private Cloud customers to consume apps outside their VPCs through service endpoints, using their own private IP addresses and security groups. This is a non-trivial task since VPCs are made to be isolated, …

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How Aqua Scans Container Images On-Demand From The AWS Marketplace

Today we announced the availability of a new offering on AWS - our on-demand, pay-per-scan security scanner for container images is now available in the AWS Marketplace. The scanner is a full-featured version of Aqua's image scanning capabilities found in the Aqua Container Security Platform, but with a licensing …

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Cloud Operations Will Depend on Virtualized Containers in 2016

This is the first in a two-part post. In this first part, I’d like to discuss how mainstream use of the cloud has turned the spotlight on the value of containers and the need to secure them. 

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